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Georgia Real Estate Commission
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Real Estate Salesperson:  Applicants must be at least 18 years old for a real estate salesperson license, are required to be a high school graduate or have a GED, and all must provide a Georgia Crime Information Report (GCIC) that is not more than 60 days old.   Applicants need to either complete 75 hours of approved pre-licensure real estate courses, or completing 10 quarter hours or 6 semester hours of approved education courses at an accredited college or university.

Continued education:  Within one year of becoming licensed the salesperson needs to complete a 25-hour post-license course specified by the Commission.  

Broker applicants:  Applicants must be at least 21 years old for either the broker license or the associate broker license, complete 60 hours of approved broker pre-licensing courses, or complete 15 quarter hours or 9 semester hours of approved real estate courses at an accredited college or university. The applicant for the brokerís license also needs to have three years of active license experience as a real estate salesperson. This experience may be either in Georgia or in another state.

Reciprocal license recognition & Non-residents:  Georgia has a broad reciprocity arrangement. A non-resident real estate license may be issued if the applicant has either leased or purchased a residence in Georgia and also provides a copy of the Georgia Crime Information Report (GCIC) that is not more than 60 days old.



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